Karachi: US Dollar Rate in Pakistan today 2021 open market rate on 15, October 2021 given below . USD to PKR Live rates are updated every hour to give you authenticity. This Dollar to Pakistan Rupee price is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan.
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Dollar Rate in Pakistan (USD TO PKR)
USD to PKR: Check the updated USD TO PKR open market exchange rate.
According to SBP, Dollar rate in Pakistan today 2021 (15, October 2021)
|Date||USD (Dollar)||PKR (Pakistan Rupees)|
|15, October 2021||1 USD||171.33 PKR
|15, October 2021||5 USD||856.67 PKR
|15, October 2021||10 USD||1713.34 PKR|
|15, October 2021||25 USD||4283.34 PKR|
|15, October 2021||50 USD||8566.68 PKR
|15, October 2021||100 USD||17133.35 PKR
Today USD to PKR (Dollar Rate in Pakistan) exchange rate mention above. We update daily this page to provide you the accurate US Dollar to Pakistani Rupee exchange rates.
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Why PKR rate is fluctuating against US Dollar?
Dollar to PKR rate increase or decrease on demand and supply of US Dollar in Pakistan. If the inflow of USD or foreign remittances increases by abroad Pakistani, ultimately the value of PKR increases against USD and other currencies.
Dollar (symbol: $) is the name of more than 20 currencies. They include the Australian dollar, Canadian dollar, Hong Kong dollar, New Zealand dollar, Singapore dollar, New Taiwan dollar, Jamaican dollar, Liberian dollar, Namibian dollar, Brunei dollar, the United States dollar, and several others.
The dollar’s strength is the reason governments are willing to hold the dollar in their foreign exchange reserves. Moreover, Governments get currencies from their international transactions. They also receive them from domestic businesses and travelers who purchase them for local currencies.